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Farshid Akhlaghipour

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Farshid Akhlaghipour

Farshid Akhlaghipour (born 1981, Tehran, Iran)
Started his career with a short film Tanha Yadegar and took part as the youngest director in International Children FF (Kerman, Iran 1996), when he was only fifteen years old. He graduated as M.A. of Dramatic Arts. Since 1998 , he has edited over 20 short films. Also he has taught film editing in I.Y.C.S, since 2005. He directed Station 44 as the first film in Iran which used Choromakey technique. His short films were screened in many national and international festivals.

Filmography
Tanha Yadegar (1996), The Torn Paper (1997), Rasme Asheghi (2007), Blind Owl Wedding Hall (2010), Suppose We Should Honor Death (2011), Station 44 (2011), Evaporation (2011), For Sale (2011), A Several Hundred Family (2012).

 

 

 

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